On Wednesday morning 22th 2012 Mrs. Esther N Kinyanjui wife of Elizaphanson Kinyanjui, mother of Pastor James M Kinyanjui and daughter-in-law Mrs. Esther K Kinyanjui passed away to be with Lord. Pastor Kinyanjui family resides in Monroe North Carolina. Mrs. Esther N Kinyanjui leaves a husband of more than 50 years and six children in addition to 25 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Please lift the Kinyanjui family through this very difficult time. A memorial service will be held at Open Hands Church 3515 Hwy 74 Unit F on Saturday 25th 2012 at 6 pm.
The Kinyanjuis can be contacted.
704 289 8950 (House)
James Kinyanjui cell 704 574 3788
Esther Kinyanjui 704 301 1244
April 18th, 2011.
Dear Partners and Friends,
As I write this the Macedonian Church Project is heading the final mile
towards completion. Thank you all of you for your participation and
support. Pastor Humphrey has been conducting regular church services for
the community while Janet pastor Humphrey wife is ministering at Kaptembwo
church while Pastor Humphrey oversees the building as well as the church
services at the new site.
In my previous letter I mentioned our cancelled mission summer trip for
2011 which has now been postponed until 2012. At that time with God’s
help we plan to go and help complete our guest house project. Additionally
we are praying we will have raised enough funds to complete our children
home water drilling. Water will be readily available as we construct the
guest house. If we complete that project (water project) it will become a
great blessing to the surrounding community. The rough estimate for now to
have the project complete will run around $35,000, this will include the
drilling, the pipes, the pulp, and a huge elevated tank that hold over 10
to 15 thousand gallons of water.
As for the guest projection; the original cost estimate was around $45,000
and since we have much of the material on hand, the projection towards the
project will run around $20.000 plus or minus. This will be going towards
the foundation, the roof as well as labor.
As for immediate funds drive please join with us as we raise the funds for
the fencing in order the church that is under construction in addition to
planting trees for the beautification. Esther Kinyanjui mission trip this
summer and the fencing will cost around $6,000. Thanks for your support.
We are soliciting volunteers for 2012 summer trip. Please pray as to what
God may have you do. Additionally we covet your prayers your continued
support as well as touch. We truly thank God because of your dedication
and care. Many of you have stood with us in difficult times and good
times. You have given sacrificially and once again thanks. Donations are
always received via our secure website @ www.ocmministries.org/giving.htm.
or via mailing address OCM: P.O BOX 1663: Indian Trail: NC 28079.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Serving Christ Together,
James M Kinyanjui
The following article has been recommended:
Hunger, poverty keep 1.8m Kenyan children out of school
We Desperately Need Your Help, Now.
The current food crisis all the world has directly affected our children feeding program. I am personally appealing to all who read this intentionally send some funds to help us continue with this vital project of our work in Nakuru, Kenya. I have been there and have been hungry I understand have the feeling.
I have joined staff at the feeding facility and helped wash dishes and feed these children. We desperately need your assistance. Any amount will help. Will you help us? We are planning to add more children, but our incoming funds cannot permit. To be specific we used to feed a child for 40 cents a meal but currently it is more than double the same amount. Our current budget runs around $400.00 a month for 100 children now we need double that please assist. Just give online as many have continued to do at our ministry address @ www.ocmministries.org. As always indicated unless otherwise all donations are tax exempt as allowed by law.
Help us feed the children. It is very critical.
Thanks for your help,
James M Kinyanjui